The National Conference of State Liquor Administrators, Incorporated (NCSLA) is pleased to announce its Executive Committee for fiscal year.
Michigan set a record for liquor sales in 2015, fueled in part by growth in Detroit as an entertainment destination while the craft cocktail movement takes hold in the state.
Michigan Spirits Association Announces 2015-2016 Board of Directors.
The Commission finds that distilled spirit value added package requirements are necessary to regulate distilled spirit value added packages offered for sale within the state.
The Michigan Licensed Beverage Association has created a one page recap of what is and is not allowed under the new Secondary Use Law.
Information about SB 505 and how it will impact the spirits industry.
Governor Snyder recently approved House Bill 5046 allowing bars and restaurants that already have liquor licenses to let consumers bring their own bottles of wine.
A bill to amend 1998 PA 58, entitled "Michigan liquor control code of 1998," by amending section 609 (MCL 436.1609), as amended by 2010 PA 175.
On March 5th the House Regulatory and Reform Committee took up and adopted one amendment and then voted on SB 505 (H-4) and it passed the committee on a 12-0-1.
A Summary of House Bills 6426 and 6427 as Enected 9/30/10.
Spirits Revenue Legislation Proposals.
Updates on various bills that are under review regarding the spirits industry.
A bipartisan group of Michigan lawmakers proposes rolling back the state's anti-smoking law to allow lighting up on restaurant and bar patios.